Sing Backwards and Weep: Lanegan assaults the senses with a disturbing yet droll memoir

Screaming Trees lead singer and Nirvana contemporary Mark Lanegan recounts a dysfunctional childhood that led to two drug-fuelled and occasionally musical productive decades

19th April, 2020
Sing Backwards and Weep: Lanegan assaults the senses with a disturbing yet droll memoir
Mark Lanegan: the veteran rocker’s memoir is a truly dysfunctional tale Picture: WireImage

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Sing Backwards and Weep

By Mark Lanegan

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